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Wetlands: The 'superheroes' of the natural world, here's why

River in Somerset.

Wetlands are our nature's heroes. Image: Unsplash/Skylight55

Christian Dunn
Senior Lecturer in Natural Sciences, Bangor University
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Map of Somerset's coastal plains.
'Somerset Levels (coastal plain) and Moors (inland floodplain)'. Image: Nilfanion /Wiki CC BY-SA
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Somerset birdlife. Image: Unsplash/Vincent Van Zaling

Photo of misty Somerset wetlands.
Glastonbury Tor towers over misty Somerset wetlands Image: Unsplash/https://unsplash.com/photos/PwTxLy5tXec


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